Data from: Comparison of seasonal viral prevalence supports honey bees as potential spring pathogen reservoirs for bumble bees

In this study, we advance understanding of parasite epidemiology and transmission among members of the bee community towards the goal of improving predictability of parasite prevalence seasonally. Honey bees and bumble bees, social bee species known to derive parasite spread in bee communities, were collected throughout an active season and across multiple overwintering periods. Data include parasite screening results for two common bee viruses (Deformed Wing Virus (DWV) and Black Queen Cell Virus (BQCV)) and morphological screening results for Vairimorpha spp., nematodes, and parasitic flies which support assessment of whether these parasites exhibit unique seasonal trends, if overwintering behavior impacts parasite survival, and how these patterns differ between honey bees and bumble bees.

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Wham, Briana; McCormick, Elyse; , ; Bracci, Nicole; Heimann, Ashley; Egner, Timothy; Schneider, Jesse; Hines, Heather (2024). Data from: Comparison of seasonal viral prevalence supports honey bees as potential spring pathogen reservoirs for bumble bees [Data set]. Scholarsphere. https://doi.org/10.26207/vc5h-4j32

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Work Title Data from: Comparison of seasonal viral prevalence supports honey bees as potential spring pathogen reservoirs for bumble bees
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Creators
  1. Briana E. Wham
  2. Elyse C. McCormick
  3. Casey M. Carr
  4. Nicole R. Bracci
  5. Ashley C. Heimann
  6. Timothy J. Egner
  7. M. Jesse Schneider
  8. Heather M. Hines
Keyword
  1. Apis
  2. Bombus
  3. Pathogen
  4. Seasonality
  5. transmission
License CC BY 4.0 (Attribution)
Work Type Dataset
Publication Date March 2024
DOI doi:10.26207/vc5h-4j32
Deposited April 19, 2023

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    • Data from: Comparison of seasonal pathogen loads support honey bees as potential spring pathogen reservoirs for bumble bees
    • Data from: Comparison of seasonal viral prevalence supports honey bees as potential spring pathogen reservoirs for bumble bees
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    • Apis, Bombus, Pathogen, Seasonality, Spillover
    • Apis, Bombus, Pathogen, Seasonality, transmission
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    • 2023-04
    • 2024-03
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